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North Korea shows off its new ICBM

| 27.4.22 |
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North Korea shows off its new ICBM

 New ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles) supplied at Pyongyang's arsenal are paraded in an evening parade broadcast by North Korean broadcaster Kctv, along with other weapons supplied by North Korea. North Korea showed off its new ICBM, the Hwasong-17, and vowed to develop its nuclear arsenal "as soon as possible". 

This is a summary of the last military parade of the regime led by Kim Jong-un in uniform, accompanied by his wife Ri Sol-ju, attending the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People's Revolutionary Army (Kpra). . The march took place at Kim Il-sung Square, in central Pyongyang. 

In his speeches, which were often interrupted by military and crowd cheers, Kim has repeatedly used nuclear weapons. "If any force tries to violate our fundamental interests - threaten the leadership of North Korea - our nuclear forces will have to carry out an unexpected second mission." The latest ICBMs in the regime's arsenal have had a major impact.

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